Thodorou is a cluster of two small islands off the coast of Agia Marina! When you get to Thodorou, which is the big islet, you will definitely be impressed by the big arched cave that looks like a mouth.
Thodorou is a protected area, included in the NATURA 2000 network, as it is a refuge for the well-known and endangered kri-kri! For this reason access to the islet is prohibited.
With your own boat, however, you can tour the island and enjoy this unique ecologically sensitive area up close.
Lazaretta is an uninhabited rock island that in the 17th century was used by the Venetians, so the name of the island comes from Lazarus, the patron saint of lepers according to the Catholic Church.
The beach of the island has wonderful sand and crystal clear waters. If you have a mask and flippers then this is the place to use them.
Interesting information: In the 1950s, swimming competitions were held from the Lazaretta to the Venetian port of Chania.
Excursions depart at 8:30 am. The departure time can be changed upon consultation & availability.
50% deposit is required on all boat tours.